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Literary integrity and political action : the public argument of James T. Farrell

Author: Kathleen Farrell
Publisher: Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, ©2000.
Series: Polemics series.
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"Literary Integrity and Political Action is the story of writer James T. Farrell's role in the culture wars of 1930s America. Farrell's journey was marked with important encounters with the likes of Malcolm Cowley, Edmund Wilson, Granville Hicks, Michael Gold, Mary McCarthy, Sidney Hook, Max Eastman, Philip Rahv, Kenneth Burke, and many others caught up in the debate over the Marxist intellectual tradition."  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
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Farrell, Kathleen, 1951-
Literary integrity and political action.
Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, ©2000
(OCoLC)606269923
Named Person: James T Farrell; James T Farrell; James T Farrell
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kathleen Farrell
ISBN: 0813390710 9780813390710
OCLC Number: 42823620
Description: viii, 136 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Independent Voices and American Radicalism --
Growing Up in Chicago --
Farrell Comes of Age --
Your Word Is Revolution --
Fighting Alone --
A Note on Literary Criticism: 1936 --
Looking for Answers: Trotsky and the Moscow Trials --
Epilogue: Shattered Dreams and the Cold War.
Series Title: Polemics series.
Responsibility: Kathleen Farrell.
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"Literary Integrity and Political Action is the story of writer James T. Farrell's role in the culture wars of 1930s America. Farrell's journey was marked with important encounters with the likes of Malcolm Cowley, Edmund Wilson, Granville Hicks, Michael Gold, Mary McCarthy, Sidney Hook, Max Eastman, Philip Rahv, Kenneth Burke, and many others caught up in the debate over the Marxist intellectual tradition." "Written for academics and casual readers alike, this book will be of particular interest to those caught up in the recent efforts of the academic Left to expose the abuses of power inherent to, and the ultimate failure of, late capitalism."--Jacket.

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